|Noam Chomsky - 1994-03-10 - Prospects for Democracy|
On March 10th, 1994 Noam Chomsky gave this talk, "Prospects for Democracy" Q&A with the audience follows his speech. Portions of this talk were used to make a compact disc release of the same title.
Keywords: Chomsky; democracy; James Madison; Thomas Jefferson; John Jay; Aristotle; John Dewey; Woodrow Wilson; media; propaganda; Soviet Union
|Noam Chomsky - 1995-11-07 - Media Censorship and Our Right to Know|
On November 7th, 1995, Noam Chomsky gave this talk at MIT.
Keywords: Chomsky; labor history; Harold Lasswell; Walter Lippman; democracy; Woodrow Wilson; Eugene Debbs; James Madison; John Dewey; Alex Carey; Howard Zinn
|Noam Chomsky - 1995-03-28 - Education & Democracy|
On March 28th, 1995 Noam Chomsky spoke at Michigan State University on the subject of Education and Democracy.
Keywords: Chomsky; democracy; James Madison; Thomas Jefferson; John Jay; Aristotle; John Dewey; Woodrow Wilson; media; propaganda; Harold Lasswell; libertarian; Adam Smith
|Noam Chomsky - 2001-05-30 - Mechanisms of Inequality|
On May 30th, 2001, Noam Chomsky spoke at Wheaton College, in Norton, Mass.
Keywords: Chomsky; Thomas Paine; James Madison; John Dewey; Rogue states; militarization of space; Navy; market discipline; corporations; Rights of persons; Woodrow Wilson
|Noam Chomsky - 1989-04-11 - Necessary Illusions - Thought Control in a Democratic Society|
Chomsky, speaking in Washington DC, speaks on the subject of thought contol in Democratic societies. Q&A follows the speech.
Keywords: Chomsky; media; propaganda; Edward Bernays; Walter Lippman; Nicaragua; English Revolution; history; Levelers; John Locke; Hume; American Revolution; Native Americans; polyarchy; John Jay; James Madison; Reinhold Neibuhr; Thomas Jefferson; Wilsonian Idealism
|Noam Chomsky - 1994-11-01 - Democracy and the Media|
On November 1st, 1994, Noam Chomsky gave this talk. The first file contains the lecture, the second, Q&A with the audience. The audio quality is only fair, it is slightly clipped. If you know of a better copy, please leave a comment about that.
Keywords: Chomsky; democracy; Declaration of human rights; NAFTA; World Bank; Economic Miracle; US foreign policy; New World Order; James Madison; Thomas Jefferson; John Jay; John Dewey; Woodrow Wilson; media; propaganda; Soviet Union; torture; Colombia; Drug War; Narco trafficking; Kennedy; capitalism; Brazil; Eastern Europe; Russia; Economics; Corporate Welfare; Cheap Labor; Class War
|Noam Chomsky - 1984-05-14 - A Hemisphere of Our Own|
Noam Chomsky spoke on May 14th, 1984, in California, on the subject of American imperialism, paying particular attention to Latin America and the Caribbean. Q&A follows the talk. Chomsky also gave a talk the same day on the US/Israel-Palestine (q.v.).
Keywords: El Salvador; Haiti; Philippines; Vietnam; Cuba; Reagan; Kennedy; Latin America; economics; Cold War; USSR; corporations; Thomas Jefferson; James Madison; Native Americans; Dominican Republic; Nicargua; El Salvador; Indochina; terrorism; Woodrow Wilson; Law Day; May Day; World Court; Samar Island genocide; racism; Theodore Roosevelt; Grenada; humanitarian intervention
|Noam Chomsky - 1997-02-07 - Propaganda and Control of the Public Mind|
On Feb. 7th, 1997 gave this Q&A, on Propaganda and Control of the Public Mind. One of Noam's best, most clear talks on the subjects of corporate power and what ordinary people can do to combat that.
Keywords: Chomsky; class war; propaganda; Thomas Jefferson; James Madison; Unions; grassroots democracy; strike breaking; Edward Bernays; Walter Lippman; Public relations industry; the masses; John D. Rockefeller; Mohawk Valley Formula; Italy; Thomas Friedman; safety net; education; television; labor movement; alternative media; Trilateral Commission; Jimmy Carter; Crisis of Democracy; Samual Huntington; Hegel; Hegelian; Robert Brady; privatization; Right to Work; school vouchers; marketing; workers' control; NSC 68